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Scuba Travel recommends that you contact your nearest vaccination clinic for more information.

Make sure to pick up prescriptions in good time before departure, as well as buy products you may need at your destination that may be difficult to get on site. This is especially important for those of you who are going on a liveaboard. Headaches, motion sickness and stomach upsets are common ailments. For our female travelers, we recommend also packing pads/tampons. For those of you who need medication, make sure you have it packed in your hand luggage and that you have a copy of the prescription with you, preferably in English IF the medication should go missing.